10 Tips For Gamers Who Are Building Their First Computers (Guest Blogger Post)

Over the weekend I received an email requesting to feature the following guest post on my blog. Brent Hale runs a site called Elite Gaming Computers. He specializes in writing guides on how to build your very own computer system for your superior PC gaming needs. I’m not a PC gamer myself, but if you are in the market for a DIY guide on how to get started with building your very own system, you may want to give his article a read. If you want more information beyond what he provides here, visit his website for even more articles and tips.

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Guest Post: Disney City Girl – Delusions of Grandeur and Reinforcing the Same Old Stereotypes?

Check out my guest post this week. I take a critical look at the online game Disney City Girl.

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This week, I’m excited to present cheeesetoastieandvideogames’ very first guest blogger post by the ever awesome and talented Simpleek! She’s written an interesting piece on the game Disney City Girl that I’d like to share with you guys and that I think you’ll enjoy. For more great articles by Simpleek, check out her blog here. She writes about a wide range of geeky things such as video games, manga and anime, as well as fashion, so chances are you’ll find something to suit your tastes! You can also follow her on Twitter for additional musings on the games industry and more entertaining tidbits, including frequently detailed discussions about pies.

We know girls game. This is hardly news, though, some would have you thinking otherwise. When we think of girl gamers, we aren’t talking about girls who play games based on Hello Kitty or Barbie. We play Halo, Gears…

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Check out my guest post on Game Delver. I review Temple Run, and discuss the game mechanics of running, running, and some more running!

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Games have expanded beyond just the console and PC. We see more games being developed for iPhone,
Android, iPad, iPod, or whatever your tech gadget of choice may be. Touch screens make interacting with
a game better than ever, especially the quality of graphics our current technology is capable of. Not many
of us are console or PC gamers, but there is a market for casual gamers. In our technologically fast-paced
world, we pass the time at a doctor’s office or waiting in line at the bank by playing a simple game on our
phones we can go back to at any time without it being particularly time consuming. The simplest games
may not seem attractive at first glance, but give it a shot, and you find it’s highly addictive. The first Temple
Run is that game for me. While everyone is now onto Temple Run 2, Imangi Studios’ follow…

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